Just from your personal experiences and observations, you probably already know that men and women handle stress in very different ways. But you’re probably not sure why the sexes have such different reactions to stressful situations.
In honor of Stress Awareness Month, we’re exploring how men and women handle getting overwhelmed. After all, understanding the underlying, physiological causes of stress is vital to stress management!
Tomorrow doesn’t just mark the beginning of a new month — it’s also the start of Testicular Cancer Awareness week, a time for men and women alike to educate themselves on the most common type of cancer among men 15 – 35.
TITLE Boxing Club supports our members’ overall wellness, so we’re providing the basic facts on testicular cancer in honor of its awareness celebration.
As we shared yesterday, male and female nutritional needs differ. That means when it comes to creating your diet plans, you can’t just follow any recommendations for vitamin, mineral, and nutrient intake — you want to make sure your meals are well-balanced and fulfilling the specific nutritional needs of your sex.
To help you out, we’re sharing seven of our favorite superfoods here at TITLE Boxing Club, all perfectly suited for any man’s meal!
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Though it’s important for everyone to know the dangers of brain injury and the basics of brain injury prevention, men in particular should be educated on the subject. Overall, incidences of traumatic brain injury are two to three times higher among men than women.
Here are the basics on traumatic brain injury that every man should know!
Basketball workouts are a great way to stay active and lose weight while having fun. We shared a few quick pre-game warmups in this post, but here are a few more conditioning drills we recommend — after all, you don’t have to let the excitement of March Madness stay on the college courts!
With spring just two weeks away, you should think about your spring training routine. After a winter-induced coma, you might feel ready to jump right back into your old exercise routine, but conditioning is all about rebuilding your strength so that you can eventually perform at peak capacity. You don’t need to rush into things — in fact, to avoid injury and promote long-term wellness, you should approach spring training slowly, but steadily.
Men, are you ready to start spring training? Here are some TITLE tips to make the most of your conditioning sessions!
With American Heart month coming to a close, we’re highlighting one cardiovascular disease that is the 4th leading cause of death among men — stroke. While it’s true that stroke is more common among men 65+, it can strike at any age and cause paralysis or even death.
The good news? 80% of all strokes can be prevented. By arming yourself with information, men, you can work to lower your stroke risk factors, plus be able to recognize if you’re actually having a stroke.
Part of promoting your heart health involves watching your cholesterol. Research has proved a link between those with high levels of “bad” cholesterol and heart disease and stroke, plus other heart health risk factors like type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure.
We’re here to share the basics on cholesterol and a few TITLE tips for lowering cholesterol to a healthy level.
Since February is American Heart month, you’ve probably heard a lot of facts circulating about heart disease: it’s the #1 cause of preventable death in the United States and worldwide, it’s more prevalent among men than women, and you can lower your risk of heart disease by making some simple lifestyle changes.
Still, a recent study by the Cleveland Clinic has shown that many people don’t know much about heart disease — in fact, they believe some heart disease myths that could prevent them from staying healthy.
TITLE Boxing Club is here to help you separate the fact from the fiction. Here are some common heart disease myths to watch out for!